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Synonyms for practice

Synonyms for practice

to do or perform repeatedly so as to master

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to subject to or engage in forms of exertion in order to train, strengthen, or condition

to work at, especially as a profession

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repetition of an action so as to develop or maintain one's skill

a working at a profession or occupation

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Synonyms for practice

translating an idea into action

knowledge of how something is usually done

carry out or practice

learn by repetition

engage in a rehearsal (of)

avail oneself to

engage in or perform

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In Oregon, this process has been used to promote the characteristics of resiliency by enabling students to practice goal setting and to have authentic input into the management of their classrooms.
The practice was asked to identify 2 prevention leaders (one physician and one staff member) to lead meetings, encourage practice goals, and coordinate quality improvement activities.
My strategy for solving this all along has been to redirect his initial practice goals (of basics before artistic expression is explored) from accuracy to control.
Helping firms achieve their A&A practice goals and enhancing the quality of their A&A practices.
reminds readers that clinical practice involves a rational appreciation for the needs and goals of individual persons who have come for treatment and that determination of those practice goals needs to take place with an understanding of personal values in the context of human relationships, not only in the utilitarian context of statistical analyses and significant findings.
To accomplish this goal, authors should ensure that they address practice goals, appropriateness for different subgroups of clients, expected client dynamics, techniques and methods used, intended outcomes, assessment strategies, and the role the innovative practice plays within the larger context of the counseling center mission.
Members whose life and practice goals invite long workdays conflict with those whose view of the world does not.
All of which underscore an enduring fact: like any other resource, the value of high-tech gadgets and apps must be judged not on the basis of media hype, but rather a dispassionate cost-benefit analysis of their ability to advance practice goals.
8220;This year's conference theme, The Evolution of the Pathology Practice - Advance, Adapt, Succeed, provides an interesting parallel for our VoiceOver solutions; Voicebrook has been helping pathology practices advance the use of speech recognition in their practices, adapt the technology to serve individual practice goals, and achieve the highest levels of success,” said E.
It seeks to have each staff member in residential or outpatient programs demonstrate a proficient understanding of at least three evidence-based practices, and it sets important real-world practice goals to ensure that this knowledge is being applied.
The hardwood flooring is marked with fullcourt and half-court practice goals.
The journalistic practice goals of "objectivity" and detachment are an aspect of the news person's professional identity.
I played with (Osala) for two years in Hershey, he scored a lot of practice goals on me, and he and I are good buddies, so he'll hear about that one from me.
If you feel like you have a good office team but the tone still feels wrong, or you're not meeting your practice goals, do what you would do if you had a particularly challenging case--get help